What is the difference between 'work in', 'work at' and 'work for'?

11 years ago
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Working at the "some place": You are working there for a period of time and might not be your profession but it could use your profession. Eg. A med school student working at the zoo. Working in the "some place": You are in the same business where you are working. Eg. You are in the zoo business Working on "some place": You are working to accomplish something. Eg. A business, a project, an affair or a trade, etc.
Answered 6 years ago

Worked on shiva minerals project
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